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Man Utd vs Olympiakos - 19/03/14


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Whatever do you mean?  This is the finely crafted tactical masterpiece of the 1999/2000 Division 2 Champion I'll have you know.

 

looks like a tactic used in conference north actually but if it worked in division 2 i will believe you



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Jones and Evans will be fit..?

I would choose

De gea

Rafael Evans Vidic Evra

Valencia Carrick Jones Januzaj

RVP Rooney


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Not Jones in midfield again...


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So u want Rooney in midfield again??

Our midfield was awful again..We have to do something..At least fletcher..Not Cleverley again!!


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Again? 


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Yeah..In my opinion again!
Many goals this season are begin from our midfield..We don't have a clear midfielder to cut balls..

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Is welbeck fit for this game?

There's really nothing to lose. We just need to attack attack attack. .. if welbeck is ok, we should play him and roo behind rvp. Januzaj and valencia to provide the width with Jones protecting the back 4. We really need jones energy in the middle. .. and distributing it quickly to our pacy players up front. Vida and evans should be our Centre backs.

If we get an early goal we have a chance to turn things around.

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Did you not watch the game on Tuesday? 


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what about? what did I miss? Actually I couldn't wake up in time for the game. It was like 3.45 am local time.



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Believe?

 

If we play even a half decent game, I think we could overturn it. But we are seeing these decent games less and less


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I've got a bad feeling we'll beat them 3-1 and miss a few chances. 



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I've got a bad feeling we'll beat them 3-1 and miss a few chances. 

you had to come up with the worst case scenario


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Ballot succeeded ;)

Hope it will be a good night with a qualification at the end of the game !!!

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before the game ... it's a must

 

 

 


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before the game ... it's a must

 

:lol:  reminds me of my little league days.


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Kagawa after Olympiacos match:

 

"I thought we needed to build some rhythm. We have a lot of goal scoring finishers, but we hadn't been able to build up to a goal scoring opportunity. So I went in thinking I'd like to win back our rhythm, but it was harder than I imagined. The manager just told me to go out and get on the ball. And I was confident I could create opportunities if I could just get on the ball, but the ball wouldn't come my way, as we resorted to many long balls. There were so many more situations where I was available to receive the ball, but... Well, it's done and over, so what can I say.

I thought I might get an outing today. It's vexing that I couldn't contribute results, but I have to carry on day by day. My given situation isn't going to dramatically change, so I'll just keep plugging away. Whatever the situation, you've got to keep on trudging. I'm not taking it negatively. I get more freedom in the CL anyway(as opposed to league), and my abilities are more useful (in the CL). We still have the return leg. I've got a good 'image' in my mind of what we need to do to win the return leg, and we definitely have a shot at turning this around at home, so I'll prepare for that."

 

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... and maybe have some chance.

 

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He could start by not being so easily dispossessed.  No one doubts his technical ability.  He needs to find some way of influencing the game regardless of circumstance.  That's what great players do.   


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If he'd had more of an impact out wide like Mata has been able to do, he'd be getting more sympathy from me. No-one can question his ability, we're crying out for a link between mid and attack no more than in the last game and Kagawa would have provided that link had the rest of the midfield not been an absolute waste of space.


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What I don't get is, I believe Kagawa and Mata have been given the same role when played nominally out wide, yes they have to go there without the ball, but with the ball both have had freedom to go where there please.  But it appears to me that Mata is far more willing to do this, he's shown that he's no restricted to being out there and has popped up all over the pitch.

 

Kagawa on the other hand wanders a bit but seems to choose to stay wider a lot of the time, why would he do this when he can impact the game more centrally?  Unless Moyes is choosing to give different roles to effectively the same player.


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yeah, the quote about getting on the ball rings true to me... I'm with you Marc, I'd think the role would be the exact same.  I'm not sure why Kagawa chooses to keep that width more than Mata. 


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